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“The king's son opened the ball with a mighty beautiful young crather; but the mirinit I laid my eyes upon her I knew her at once for a neighbour's daughter, one Anty Dooley, who had died a few months before, and who, when she was alive, could beat the whole county round at any sort of reel, jig, or hornpipe.”
“This includes some variable spelling, e.g. crather -- crathur, plase -- plaze.”
“The Dutch and Germans have their beer-gardens, where they imbibe huge quantities of malt and honeydew tobacco; and the Irish their shebeen-shops, where Monongahela is quaffed in lieu of the "rale crather.”
“Th 'poor crather do have a headache," answered Maggie.”
“I have,' says I. 'I have a lot iv thim,' says I. 'Ye ar-re an oncultivated an' foul crather, 'he says.”
“Shot afther shot fell round th 'inthrepid ass; but he remained firm till th' dinnymite boat Vesoovyus fired three hundherd an 'forty thousand pounds iv gum cotton at him, an' the poor crather was smothered to death.”
“An 'th' last I heerd about it, th 'tariff was far fr'm bein' th 'wan an' emacyated crather ye'd like to see comin 'out iv th' Sinit chamber.”
“A bear has th 'sthrongest throat iv anny crather in th' wurruld, barrin 'Bryan.”
“So th 'good woman, frivilous crather that she is, goes back to her wurruk singin' a light chune.”
“Sargent has torn th 'sordid heart out iv th' wretched crather an 'exposed it to th' wurruld.”
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